1 Neuropathic Case Studies.
1.2 Differing presentations of infection and complications of infection.
1.3 Co-morbidities in addition to diabetes and neuropathy.
1.4 Deformity, ulceration and infection treated by surgical debridement and reconstruction.
1.5 Patients with neuropathic feet in whom psychological factors have impacted on their management.
1.6 Long term patients followed in the Diabetic Foot Clinic with neuropathic foot problems.
2 Ischaemic Case Studies.
2.2 Infection and its presentations.
2.3 Patients with severe co-morbidities.
2.5 Wound care.
2.8 Pain in the neuroischaemic foot.
2.9 Conservative care.
3 Charcot Case Studies.
3.2 Early diagnosis.
3.3 Different presentations.
3.5 Conservative care.
4 Renal Case Studies.
4.2 Patients with normal serum creatinine who develop low creatinine clearance with infection.
4.3 Low creatinine clearance and complications.
4.4 Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) and complications.
4.5 Haemodialysis and complications.
4.6 Renal transplant and complications.
4.7 Revascularisation in renal patients.